CompassNavigator 1.2.1

Allows you to set your compass' pointer location!

  1. JustRamon
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    Source Code:
    https://github.com/Raqbit/CompassNavigator
    CompassNavigator

    Compass Navigator or Navigator for short is a small plugin that allows you to set your compass' pointer location. As simple as that.


    Commands:

    • /nav - Set your compass' pointer location to your current location.
    • /nav x z - Set your compass' pointer location.
    • /nav reset - Reset your compass' pointer location.
    • /nav save <name> - Save your current compass location as "<name>".
    • /nav load <name> - Load the saved location with name "<name>".
    • /nav list - List all your saved locations.
    • /nav <player> - Use your compass to track a player.

    Permissions:
    • compassnavigator.use - Use CompassNavigator.
    • compassnavigator.save - Use the save/load/list functionalities.
    • compassnavigator.player - Use the player tracking functionalities.

    Many thanks to PolarizedIons for testing some features :D

Recent Updates

  1. v1.2.1
  2. v1.2
  3. Kotlinized & Save/Load/List

Recent Reviews

  1. XjvmcodeX
    XjvmcodeX
    1/5,
    Version: 1.2.1
    the plugin isn't working i'm getting a nullpointerexception :(((((((((((((((((((
  2. Red3Tango
    Red3Tango
    3/5,
    Version: 1.2
    Lacking ability to Remove/Delete saved locations. Plugin does not create required folder structure, unable to Save locations by default. Must create a /plugins/CompassNavigator/savedLocations folder in order to work.
    1. JustRamon
      Author's Response
      These things have been fixed/added in version 1.2.1. Thanks for reporting!
  3. Hecter
    Hecter
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0.5
    Thanks . I need that plugin for my server , please add config message and name location in next update
    1. JustRamon
      Author's Response
      Hi there,
      Just uploaded a new update which includes a feature to save/load locations.
      As for "config message", do you mean configurable messages?